For those of you wondering how to convince your “significant other”
to join you in order to make the trip happen, check out the web sites from
Mystica and Living Forest. Both are offering a number of Yoga retreats during
the season. Careful they are limited in space and book up quickly. We also
have a new option for those looking for budget accomodation. Hotel Rio Piedras,
on the way to Arenal, opened its doors towards the end of last season and
will be offering clean, comfortable basic rooms for $30/night.
Dear Tico Winder,
So here we are again, nights are closing in, temperatures dropping
and water getting colder. Time to start looking at flights, organizing
time off and getting into shape for sailing 7/10/14 days in a row. Those
of you lucky enough to have joined us last season had great wind and
NOBODY got skunked. The news coming from the lake in the off season
has been that Danny, Steve and Tom have been sailing < 4.5m on a
regular basis. While it has until now not rained much on the coast,
the lake area folks are sick of the amount of rain they have had to
endure and the lake level is higher at this point in time than it has
been for > 20 years (see last pic).
Getting here has never been easier with a total of
8 US cities
(Houston, Miami, LA, New York, Chicago, Minneapolis, Dallas and
Charlotte) now offering direct flights
to Liberia and a whole bunch more with just 1 stop
So what’s new, you ask? Well actually not much. The same smiling faces
will be rigging your gear, serving you lunch and snacks and generally making
sure you have a great vacation. Peter will also be there! Most of you have
been coming back year after year because you like it as is, so we are reticent
to change too much. We’ve been trying out a new Veggie Burger recipe.
We have also been working out how to get you on the water quicker and keeping
you out longer. After all thats what you come for!